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# First make sure to update pip:
# $ sudo pip install --upgrade pip
#
# Then you probably want to work in a virtualenv (optional):
# $ sudo pip install --upgrade virtualenv
# Or if you prefer you can install virtualenv using your favorite packaging
# system. E.g., in Ubuntu:
# $ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install virtualenv
# Then:
# $ cd $my_work_dir
# $ virtualenv my_env
# $ . my_env/bin/activate
#
# Next, optionally uncomment the OpenAI gym lines (see below).
# If you do, make sure to install the dependencies first.
# If you are interested in xgboost for high performance Gradient Boosting, you
# should uncomment the xgboost line (used in the ensemble learning notebook).
#
# Then install these requirements:
# $ pip install --upgrade -r requirements.txt
#
# Finally, start jupyter:
# $ jupyter notebook
#
##### Core scientific packages
jupyter==1.0.0
matplotlib==3.0.3
numpy==1.16.2
pandas==0.24.1
scipy==1.2.1
##### Machine Learning packages
scikit-learn==0.20.3
# Optional: the XGBoost library is only used in the ensemble learning chapter.
xgboost==0.82
##### Deep Learning packages
# Replace tensorflow with tensorflow-gpu if you want GPU support. If so,
# you need a GPU card with CUDA Compute Capability 3.0 or higher support, and
# you must install CUDA, cuDNN and more: see tensorflow.org for the detailed
# installation instructions.
tensorflow==1.13.1
#tensorflow-gpu==1.13.1
# Optional: OpenAI gym is only needed for the Reinforcement Learning chapter.
# There are a few dependencies you need to install first, check out:
# https://github.com/openai/gym#installing-everything
#gym[all]==0.10.9
# If you only want to install the Atari dependency, uncomment this line instead:
#gym[atari]==0.10.9
##### Image manipulation
imageio==2.5.0
Pillow==6.2.0
scikit-image==0.14.2
##### Extra packages (optional)
# Nice utility to diff Jupyter Notebooks.
#nbdime==1.0.5
# May be useful with Pandas for complex "where" clauses (e.g., Pandas
# tutorial).
numexpr==2.6.9
# Optional: these libraries can be useful in the classification chapter,
# exercise 4.
nltk==3.4.5
urlextract==0.9
# Optional: tqdm displays nice progress bars, ipywidgets for tqdm's notebook support
tqdm==4.31.1
ipywidgets==7.4.2
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